Posted by Ted Campbell
In 2002 I moved to Shi-hwa, a suburb of Seoul.
That’s Shi-Hwa. My apartment was on the left, near the front of the picture:
You don’t go hungry at a Korean restaurant:
Good friends in our favorite bar:
A wedding. They don’t mind photos by strangers:
Climb a mountain, buy a cold beer:
More to come in the next post…
Posted on May 3, 2013, in South Korea and tagged buddhist temple, bukhansan, hiking korea, Korea, rice paddy, Seoul, Shi Hwa, South Korea. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
Nice post Ted! 🙂
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